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As of 2013, the long-running show that was titled "Wall Street Journal Report" gets a new name. Although the title has changed, its format remains the same. Among the regular features are interviews with top financial executives and policy makers, discussion of current business trends and effects on consumers, stock picks, personal-finance suggestions and reviews of new products.

Latest episodes

aired 210 days ago
The physician shortage; how corporations can value success in altruism; how military veterans' skills are a match for running a small business franchise; Mo Rocca ("Mobituaries" podcast).
aired 217 days ago
Health insurance choices; video gaming and video game hacking; sleep and lack thereof; Goldbelly delivers hometown foods across the U.S.
aired 224 days ago
An unexpected academic side effect of the trade war: fewer foreign students who pay full tuition and subsidize those who can pay less; improving one's credit score and why it matters; leaving and returning to the workforce; holiday travel deals.
aired 252 days ago
Criminals hack into banks to get cash from ATMs; keeping accounts safe; Saudi Arabia oil attacks' impact on gas prices and other energy costs; applying for college financial aid using the federal FAFSA form; most expensive home for sale in the U.S.
aired 259 days ago
Jon Taffer ("Bar Rescue") discusses the outlook for small businesses in America; teaching children about money; how to tell if one is buying from a third-party seller on Amazon; former NFL player Jason Wright talks about wealth and race.
aired 266 days ago
The fall housing market, and whether it is time to buy or sell; Amtrak's new fleet; breaking up with a financial adviser; Fathom Events brings special events to movie theaters.
aired 308 days ago
Why teens are taking fewer summer jobs, and its impact on business; helping workers save for retirement; tracking sharks; whether there has been an increase in shark attacks; how technology is transforming Girl Scouts.
aired 315 days ago
Black-market cannabis threatens the legal marijuana industry; finding, avoiding and fighting hidden fees; using a tracker to save money on auto insurance; an app/website matches up contractors and small businesses with people looking for services.
aired 322 days ago
The future of space exploration, and how and why private companies are getting involved; a look inside a factory in Vietnam, where some companies are relocating due to the U.S./China trade war; Roth 401(k)s; ice cream infused with vegetables.
aired 329 days ago
Fake meat; how the owner of the only house left standing in Mexico Beach after Hurricane Michael hurricane-proofed the home; child identity theft; a tour of Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic ship intended to take people into space.
aired 336 days ago
How America can fix its roads and highways, and how the next generation of roads and highways will be safer and smarter; a tour of Jeff Bezos' New York City apartment; a new invention that kills insects; a website that suggests activities.
aired 343 days ago
Facial-recognition software; whether post offices should offer banking services to the unbanked and underbanked; discussing medical directives, powers of attorney and wills with one's parents; wedding-gifting etiquette.
aired 350 days ago
The college loan crisis and possible solutions to it; fast-food companies try to recruit workers via job parties; making housing affordable for teachers who live in expensive cities; the strong dollar creates travel bargains.
aired 357 days ago
Ways that large corporations can stay nimble and innovative; buying travel insurance; how tariffs work; the hottest toys this summer.
aired 364 days ago
Fixing America's aging airports; a new way to process and identify DNA makes crime-solving easier and faster; an online platform helps consumers and stylists; what to buy and what to avoid on Father's Day.
aired 371 days ago
The shortage of workers in trades such as plumbers and electricians; disability insurance; a device protecting valuables at the beach; summer wines.
aired 378 days ago
A new gene therapy drug could cost up to $2 million for one dose; money issues military families face; an entire community is being moved because it is in a flood plain; alternatives to popular vacation destinations.
aired 392 days ago
Cities banning cashless stores; cashless Arthur Blank Stadium; whether parents should take on debt to pay for their children's college educations; greeting cards with attitude; spring cleaning, organizing and de-cluttering.
aired 399 days ago
Robots at George Mason University and Walmart; skills needed for the job market; mental health issues in the corporate world; making scrubs cheaper, more stylish and healthier.
aired 406 days ago
Infertility; what to do if insurance will not cover an IVF cycle; the gender gap and money; Melinda Gates (book "The Moment of Lift"); using tracking technology to improve one's basketball game.
aired 413 days ago
How the trade war between the U.S. and China may affect online purchasing; a profile of two men who came up with a million-dollar idea that could save a life; untested, unregulated CBD is sold in some local pharmacies; saving in the gig economy.

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